HOTEL REVIEW: Hyatt Regency Saipan

Saipan is a tropical island located in the northwest Pacific Ocean. Once ruled by Spain before it was sold to the Germans, the island was invaded by the Japanese during World War I, captured by the US during World War II and later on became part of the United States Commonwealth in November 1978.

Today, Saipan with year-round tropical weather, pristine beaches and beautiful scenery is a popular diving, snorkelling and windsurfing destination.

#1 Hotel in Saipan

Considered as the best hotel in Saipan, Hyatt Regency offers the most advantageous location, amenities and facilities to ensure a delightful stay. 


Room 659

The resort boasts luxurious rooms with huge balconies, most of them overlooking the beautiful landscaped gardens and the brilliant white sand beach with crystal clear blue waters. 

The view from our balcony

The view from our balcony


There are seven restaurants in the property, all offering delicious cuisines and excellent dining options to satisfy everyone’s cravings.

Water Activities

For a complete enjoyable stay, numerous water activities are available including banana boats, parasailing, pedal boats, jet skiing, sea walkers, wakeboarding, boat cruise, trolling, windsurfing, scuba diving and sea kayaking.


Hyatt Regency is just a speedboat away from Managaha, an islet which is a popular day-trip destination due to its lovely white powdery beach and famed as the resting place for various shipwrecks.


Hyatt Regency Saipan is without any doubt a truly outstanding property. The rooms are very nice and come with stunning balconies, the service was outstanding during our whole stay and we frolicked the beach and gorged on the fresh seafoods that the hotel has offered.  All of these combined with the naturally breathtaking beauty of Saipan summed up a very memorable experience that we will cherish forever.